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Ondřej Hora

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In this article, we evaluate ‘Professional traineeships for young people up to 30 years’, an active labour market policy measure implemented in the Czech Republic. Professional traineeships were one of the possibilities for suitable offer to young people within Youth Guarantee in the Czech Republic in 2014 and 2015. First, we conducted a process evaluation (document analysis and interviews) to uncover the design and implementation aspects of the program. Next, we followed the counterfactual impact evaluation approach towards the estimate of returns to unemployment (competing risk analysis) based on individual administration data from public employment services. We have found that professional traineeships were successful in attracting the interest of both young people and employers. Mainly young people with middle and high level education have entered the program. Most of them have been provided with on-the-job subsidies in the private sector. When considering the impact of the program on the unemployment of participants and a control group, it was shown that after two years, the measure was effective only for young people with long pre-program Employment Office registration. When we consider the reasons for leaving Employment Office registration, the measure seems to be more effective, since many young people in the control group left the Employment Office register in favour of options that were outside of the labour market.

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Krzysztof Szafran

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The following paper presents executed at the Institute of Aviation in Warsaw student internship program and a program of industrial internships for young researchers technical universities of the country and from abroad. Many years of experience staff and a modern database of certified, modern laboratories can convey knowledge, the level of which is highly esteemed in the world. Conducted new projects and specialized training organizations in the design and maintenance of the Institute of Aviation enable trainees to familiarize themselves with modern technologies in the wider area around the aviation. The author presented the work program proposed the possibility of potential trainees in the laboratories of aerodynamics, strength, testing equipment and installation of air, environmental and motor. Posted framework programs, which are carried out by students and trainees. At the end of the shows achievements, and plans for the future. Run this way MARKETING Aviation Institute allows popularize unit in the country and abroad. Measurable benefits include contacts with similar companies in the world, as well as gaining a new perspective valuable employees.

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Maciej Szafrański, Klaudyna Bogurska-Matys and Marek Goliński

://men.gov.pl/ministerstwo/informacje/zmianyw-ksztalceniu-zawodowym-dla-rynku-pracy.html#prettyPhoto , access on: 24.01.2017. [15] Boud D., Molly E., Higher and Professional Education – Understanding it and doing it well , USA, Canada Routlege 2013. [16] Lawrence L., Wilkes, L., Ashmore, The reflective practitioner in professional education , Palgrave 2014. [17] Rauner F., Maclean R., Handbook of Technical and Vocational Education and Training Research , Springer Science + Business Media B.V. 2008. [18] Rumble G., Oliveira J., Vocational Education at a Distance – International Perspectives , Routledge, New York 2013. [19] Szafrański M

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Ilze Buligina, Biruta Sloka, Ināra Kantāne and Anita Līce

learning visit organised by LDDK and ABB-ATC, meeting with the Senate department for labour, integration and women’s issues of Berlin February 2015 Ecorys, IES, IRS, (2013). Apprenticeship and Traineeship Schemes EU27: Key Success Factors. A Guidebook for Policy Planners and Practitioners . Retrieved from http://ec.europa.eu/education/policy/vocational-policy/doc/alliance/apprentice-trainee-success-factors_en.pdf Ecorys, IES, IRS 2013 Apprenticeship and Traineeship Schemes EU27: Key Success Factors. A Guidebook for Policy Planners and Practitioners